Casa de las Rosas is air conditioned and set in a small orchard of mango trees. 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, with high-end designer touches throughout: custom double sofa, art glass sinks, "castle stone" (cemento polido) floors, granite and marble counter tops, tall ceilings, brick cupola in the staircase, alabaster lights, palapas, front porch, back patio and two upstairs terraces, ceiling fans, and much more. It's homey and comfy with high end finishes. I love it there!!! There is a stackable washer/dryer in its own little cupboard in the dining area. It's a cool, comfy, tropical haven. Comes with its own CAT!
The front yard area is walled in, creating a private garden. This house has been almost continuously rented long term. People like to gather at the table on the front porch, overlooking the garden to work, email, read, talk, play games. There's a ceiling fan there, too, under the palapa (palm leaf roof). It's a very friendly, gracious, easy-living house.
Casa de las Rosas is 1Kilometer (.6 mile) from the plaza or beach - located one block off of Revolucion on the way into town from Hwy. 200. It's a flat, easy walk on a sidewalk along the new boulevard, with street lights. It's away from the noise of the plaza and the bars by the beach. To find it, if you are already in Sayulita, as you're leaving town on Revolucion toward Highway 200, turn at your first right after the carwash (on the right). It's straight ahead and yellowish/green.
Pets will be considered on an individual basis. There have been both dogs and cats in the house. We rescued Luzy the Cat from the streets ten years ago, and she depends on us and renters for her daily kibble. So we will be asking that you put out a little food for her every day. Otherwise you have no responsibilities for her.
We built this house and prefer our tenants to be on the quiet side with respect for our neighbors.
Internet. There is no phone line to the house, but we have a deal with our next door neighbor to use his WIFI. We pay his phone bill, and he's happy to do it. We have installed a "repeater" that enhances the signal, and it works quite well. If constant perfect WIFI is essential for you, this might not be the best choice for you.
But generally it is quite good.
Another choice is to use the 3G/4G on your phone, make your own hot spot, or bring a portable modem with them. These are available through TelCel and other companies in the form of a small usb "Banda Ancha" stick or bigger ones. Otherwise, there are many places in the center of town that offer free WIFI.